DEATH OF MRS. C. M.
DEPEW. H.^r Home
SUb Passes Suddenly Away ut Sunday A'ternoon.
Mrs. EliseHegemanDepew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her residence in New York City at 12:30 Sunday ... About His ec'li, the Outliiw Takes » Last Des-I)orBto Cliauce—Ten Timbwr Mon Killed —ihiia Fatally líurned-^KiUect by a Traia.
VAN I.OON WEAKENS.
Tbfi Iwiumbus Jrove, Ohio, Bandit Finally
I ... 'c again^i. the timbers at the slia'.'f, when llu; coup!iiii.i (lin broke and t^c men and ca^o dasluid downward e\rr '!,ODO feet, to the bottom. Names of ilic killed. Allen Cameron, son ot (a lit. Cameron ... of Lansing.
^.Iiis. Char-lks .Tohnso.v, of liates-ville, Ind., was ..."
"..., resulting in tlie death of five tramps and the wreckage of a number of cars.
Mrs, Depew Dead.
Mrs. Elise liegeman Depew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her home, Xo. 4,3 West l'ifty-fourth street, Xew ... by Llie htate. Ntate ìMcetn'ian Davis, ac-tomiKiiiied bv tli.- wardi'ii and tlu' wit-iK:ss , who liai anivi'd, proceeded to the death room when the linai test of Ihe apiiaraf us was made at ll:4t/ o ... 'clociv. Ato'ehjck the prisoner was con-
ducti_'d to tiie, I hair and ]:i:;i7 the fatal current was tamed on. Death was in-Btaiitaneons.
Two l.alayelte Itioteis Missiiis-Lafayette (Hid.) special: Prosecutor Wood ... . The remainder were transferred i to the rnited States Marino ..."
bodieii belQg tl}» only ouq m wblcb I ^e oattOQail liorizo^
She Passes Suddenly Away at Siinday Alternooti.
Mrs, EliseHegemanDepew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her residence in New York ... that the I'rovisional Government drills of the kind are to follow. Presl-maintains a iirm hold. One letter states dent .lose Marti is recovering from his that the native sentiment iu favor of an- illness ... transferred to tho United States Marir-e Hosiiifal. Another on« died soon after reaching there, and the surgeon declares that ten of the si.xteen now in the hospital will die. None of the cabin passengers were ... . The steamer Barrett. in passing up tin..."
"...OF MRS. C. M. DEPEW.
She Passes Suddenly Away at Hir Home Sunday Aiternoon.
Mrs. EliseHegemanDepew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her residence in New York City at 12:30 Sunday afternoon. Although ... of a number of cars.
Mrs. Depew Dead. Mrs. EliseHegeman Dòpòw, wife ofBlTfER FRUIT REAPED BY HIQH TARIFF COUNTRIES.:
Takes a I.arg« and Well Developed Conn-try to Stand the Test of Protection Wtlhout Leaving ... to the acts of dishonest employes durin? the opening days at a time when sucii action was possible and that they were then unprepared to prevent them.
Six Feraons Killed and Sixteen Ii..."
"...tramps and the wreckage of a number of cars.
Mr.s. Depew Dead. Mrs. Elise Hogeman Depew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her homo. No. 43 West Fifty-fourth street, New York.__
.straight to Glory. Wade ... not u iii.Mli y aiVcct hi!!i. Warden Dnrston r-..-'.ti li;ii ris sliowed no sigtis of bi-eaking i.jwn aiiJ apjiiiared cheerful after the r;.-adiug )f the death warrant.
'i hi' i'.ev. .loliii V. S. \\'iels ... -President of this Uepublic and Gi'Vernor of the State of Cliianajanto, died recently. He was born near IMatta-nioras. in Tamaulipas, in 18:.'0. He was the possessor of great personal courage, which was 111 rgoly instrumental ... Madison Street car at Spaii,diner Avenue. He was thrown oiT by a -uidden jeric, and the wheels passed over..."
"...ill. He has tendered his. resignation as register of the treasurer to the president.
Mr.s. Elise Hagerman Depew, wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her residence in New York at 12:30 Sunday afternoon ... husband, he be-ag too deeply engaged in politic?, but is paying, in installments, the expenses of his first wife's funeral.
A Remarkable Diaooirery. A remarkable discovery is one of the chronic ... .
The murderer of showman William Bemer, of Hopkinsville, Ky., proved to be Ruth Phelps, colored, who claims self-defense.
Sir James Anderson died in London Sunday. He commanded the steamship Great Eastern during
"...Hageman Depew; wife of Chauncey M. Depew, died at her home, 43 West Fifty-fourth street, at 12:30 Sunday afternoon.
Catarrh in the Head
Took Seven Bottles—Perfectly Well
Mr. Herman Bodtlee ... that they have proven all that they expected to bring out, while the attorneys for the accused claim that no damaging proof has been introduced against their clients;
New York, May 8.—Mrs. Elise ... questions, though many of them are not in full sympathy with it on the currency or tariff question, but with the understanding that on state issues all elements of the party were to unite on its declared ... ,for which Jackson the old hero regretted to the day of his death that he did not hang its author.
The only legitimate..."